Mark Boyle will remain as The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) non-executive chairman for a further three years, the government has confirmed.
Boyle has had his term extended until 31 March 2021 after four years in the job. He took over the role on 1 April 2014, and his renewed term will start on 1 April this year.
TPR chief executive Lesley Titcomb welcomed Boyle’s re-appointment, noting his “instrumental” support over the past four years.
“Mark has been our chairman since April 2014, leading the board through a period of intense and rapid change in pension policy.
“At the same time, he has been instrumental in evolving our board and working with me to develop our executive team during this period, ensuring we are well-equipped to play our part in meeting the challenges ahead,” she said.
Before joining TPR, Boyle was the independent non-executive chairman of HM Land Registry, and chief operating officer and director at the Shareholder Executive in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
Prior to this, he spent 12 years in senior commercial and corporate development roles at Compass Group and Rentokil Initial, and 15 years at Lloyds Bank International and Kleinwort Benson.